Food & Drink

Vale Restaurant, St Fagans National Museum of History

At St Fagans, we pride ourselves in providing good quality food that is cooked on site using local, Welsh products whenever possible.

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Open daily 9.30am–4.30pm

Hot meals available between 12pm-3pm

We have recently opened our exciting new restaurant in the main building where you can enjoy a delicious meal or even relax in our café area with a beverage and a cake.


Open daily between 11am-3pm

By the 1920s, there was a fish and chip shop on almost every street corner in Wales. They were the first takeaways.

Call into PysgOdyn for St Fagans beer battered fish and chips served in a traditional cone. 



A café set in this fantastic craft building serving a selection of light lunches, beverages & cakes.

Gwalia Tea Room


A traditional 1930s tea room serving light lunches and afternoon teas, all served on vintage crockery of course!

Please note that the Gwalia Tea Room is only accessible via a steep, uneven stairway.

Castle Buttery

11am-4pm from 1st April - 30th September only

A small café serving a selection of beverages as well as sandwiches and cakes; lovely to enjoy after a walk around the Castle grounds.

High-chairs are available at all of the above outlets.

Also, bread is available for sale at Popty Derwen Bakehouse.

All information stated is correct at time of adding to the website.



For further information regarding the catering facilities at the Museum, please contact Elior directly on (029) 2056 5068.

About Elior

Catering is provided in-house by specialist arts and heritage sector caterer, Elior. This experienced team provides inspirational menus and impeccable service. All food is prepared on-site using the freshest, locally sourced and seasonal ingredients wherever possible.